FunkyDrummer wrote:The new "comping" system of MIDI and audio lanes is very powerful.
I feel it is important that we are given the choice of behaviours ourselves.
alexis wrote:For the ignorati (moi!), could you maybe please explain the differences between the two?
I've got SX3, but I'll try to extrapolate to C5 ...
Adam Bove wrote:
For audio or MIDI: locking the parts/events on the lanes you don't want to cut, allows them to be unaffected by the snip tool and/or the select tool modifier.
Yes it would be GREAT to have the choice to use EITHER method!
TonyB wrote:The workaround that I'm using is : Create a key command for "split at cursor".
Select the audio event that you want to cut & position the SongPositionPointer where you want the cut.
Use the key command.
Only the selected event(s) will get cut -> other lanes are unaffected.
Only marginally slower than using the scissors, and, if you normally zoom in before cutting, by dragging down from the ruler, then the SPP will already be in the right place...
chrisyking wrote:All Steiny need to do is give us the option of cutting the lanes separately. The current method only works if every take has exactly the same timing, otherwise it's a nightmare......
Como Baila wrote:Polls often reflect the question. Those that voted no could have meant two things: 'No, I do not want them to include that preference ... I am against people having it;' or, 'No, I do not care one way or another because I'm OK with it the way it is now.'
Were the question this: "Do you think Steinberg should include the preference option to revert to the former behavior of lane editing through C5 some people prefer?" ... I think you would have got 100% "Yes."